Sometimes, the mind maps that teach us the most are those that are in need of considerable improvement, because we learn about practices we ought to avoid in the future. That’s the case with the dashboard mind map that is the subject of my latest Effective Mind Maps report.
A new enhancement to these reports
I’m pleased to debut a new features of these mind map analyses in this report: Before and after screen shots. You see, today’s mind map galleries make it possible to download copies of the maps they contain, in their native file formats. This means I can edit them – so I can not only talk about how I would improve a particular mind map, I can also show you what that those improvements should look like (see the image above right for an example). This improvement makes these reports even more valuable as learning tools for members of my Mind Mapping Insider membership group.
This link to this report is only visible to members of the Mind Mapping Insider membership program. It contains a wealth of resources that can help you to be more productive, creative and have a greater impact in your job. It’s not enough to have a mind mapping tool – you need the insights to use it in ways that deliver value and enhance your value to your employer and your customers/clients. In this economy, that’s critically important. That’s what this program is all about – enhancing the value that you bring to your work! Click here for more details.